Originally Posted by redsfandan
It doesn't sound like they're trying to change him though. Maybe they just want him to temporarily focus on being more selective about when he runs and learn how he can improve his baserunning even more. Then in 2-3 months give him the green light. If his baserunning had been better last year maybe he could've had 170 steals. Who knows.
Semantics, man. As myself and others said about Pete Rose, would you have wanted the Reds to "rein him in" back in the day? Of course not. When a player is doing well, let him be who he is.